I'm suffering with Greenscreen already several months. So I would appreciate any recommendations. As you can see on the right side there is a spill on the head and arm. My setup:
- 2 daylight bulbs (45 W CFL-Daylight) with umbrellas for subject 45 degree left and right.
- I also tried with and without 2 softboxes (45w CLF-Daylight) to light greenscreen. From what I see the greenscreen is not perfectly lit.
- Greenscreen is 2 meters behind the subject
- I key it in Final cut pro
- My camera is Sony 5100 f1.4, iso 100, 25 fps, shutter 1/50, 1080p
The main problem is that I don't know what I need to adjust. Is it the greenscreen than should be lit better or something else? Do I need more light or should it be dimmable?
Video with background:
Raw video with greenscreen:
Greenscreen Problems image: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x0IBozaoU2gDFQAEjZrIu8tVWpi03fBz/view?usp=sharing
Greenscreen Problems image 2: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Nh647wrV_kERR3y4bW6GSNcog8mG5yiA/view?usp=sharing
Keyed out with sample color removal: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mTYnjIKM1dLBTb5gmfaI42EG-lcF5Fx0/view?usp=sharing
While/black with sample color removal: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dk9yFot721I2bY8lz90wJmZcp0evjLF5/view?usp=sharing
Also I tried adding 2 softboxes on the bottom. It helped with colors on the bottom of the screen but not with spill.
Image of my lamps setup: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wbaEKtbYzrkyiCIDsgt7fbNSsOBMZKGY/view?usp=sharing
I'm open for any suggestions. Thanks for your time.